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This Fake and Old Voter Id Of ‘64-yr-old Salman Khan’ is gone viral on social media!

For fans, their most loved stars on the silver screen are evergreen, and age is only a number. However, inferable…

By Administrator in Bollywood News on January 17, 2017

For fans, their most loved stars on the silver screen are evergreen, and age is only a number. However, inferable from their huge love for these big names, birthdays are dependably an extraordinary event and whether they need it or not, impassioned fans would know the correct age, as well as some would most likely have the capacity to offer subtle elements like time – straight up to the second! What’s more, if includes Bollywood’s Sultan ‘Salman Khan‘ who as of late commended his 51st birthday in December, truths are near difficult to get off-base.

In any case, a late picture of a voter‘s ID that has turned into a web sensation demonstrates that Bhaijaan is 64 years of age and not 51 as we as a whole thought.

All things considered, it’s not an instance of Photoshopping as one would think. As strange as it might sound, the slip existed. Truth be told, a voter in the Hyderabad municipal surveys held in 2016 had turned up with an authoritatively issued character card conveying the name and picture of Bollywood genius Salman Khan. The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) had erroneously set the Dabangg star’s photo on another person’s voter ID card. Yes, that is valid! All things considered, it appears that the photo has reemerged once more on the Internet.

This Fake and Old Voter Id Of ‘64-yr-old Salman Khan’ is gone viral on social media! 2

As indicated by the scam slip, aside from the age, nothing is by all accounts an issue. Truth be told, the father’s name excessively peruses as Saleem Khan, less that the spelling is diverse as Salim Khan spells his name with an ‘i’. The card demonstrates it as 64 years while the real age of the on-screen character is 51. Notwithstanding, a glance at the photo on the ID and one would know it’s a picture downloaded from the Internet.

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